Madonna must be singing a happy tune after finally unloading her $20 million NYC condo.
After six months on the market and an original asking price of $23,500,000 (discounted to $19.995M), the Wall Street Journalreports hedge fund manager Deepak Narula snagged the 54-year-old superstar’s pad she once owned with ex-hubby Sean Penn for even less than the asking price.
The apartment has actually been a long-running point of contention between the entertainer and her neighbors who filed a lawsuit after she renovated the place for expressing herself a bit too loudly by playing music and dancing.
The 6,000 square-foot duplex is actually quite un-Material Girl-esque. Who knew the Queen of Pop was so old-fashioned?
Located in the famed 1911 Arts and Crafts-style building in the Upper West Side’s Harperley Hall, the two-story condo comes with 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms and not one, but two large living rooms, Juliet balconies, French doors opening onto stunning views of Central Park, hardwood floors, and stainless steel and marble kitchen.
Take a tour of the place Madonna used to call home in the CB! gallery above.